Review A cheap, but very basic toasting oven, that does little to justify the space it occupies in the kitchen.
Review This toasting oven looks good, and performs well, although it's now an older model and harder to find.
Review This Breville costs quite a lot and has too many fancy features you'll never use. Still, it's a decent oven if you can afford it.
Review A well-priced toaster oven that produces decent cooking results. It's good, but not exceptional at anything.
The Black & Decker SC2007D offers seven quarts of space so you can cook a meal for a large dinner party. It also comes in three different styles.
The Crock-Pot SCV400 has a four-quart capacity, so it can easily feed a group of about five people. It retains a lot of moisture, so you will be less likely to burn or dry out your meals.
Nesco SC-6-25 is a pretty basic device that works well and gives you enough cooking space to feed up to seven people at once.
Proctor Silex 33442 is a four-quart slow cooker that offers a basic timer and settings interface. While it doesn't show you the exact cooking time, it gives you a general idea of how much longer your food needs to cook.
Elite Platinum by Maxi-Matic is a small two-quart device that is best for making individual meals or for cooking snacks or side dishes for a party. It is a basic unit, so it doesn't feature as many conveniences as other slow cookers, but it can provide tasty dishes and easy clean up.
The Crock-Pot SCCPVL610 is an inexpensive slow cooker that provides you with six quarts of space, so you can create meals for large groups. The lid has locking clamps and a rubber seal running around the inside to prevent moisture from escaping.
The Crock-Pot SCR200 is a small, two-quart slow cooker that is perfect for college dorms, one-person households, or for heating dips and side dishes at a party. It is super inexpensive, costing just $17.99, and it can often be found on sale for $10 or less.
The BELLA 13973W holds five quarts, making it a good option for a small family or dinner party. The digital interface makes it a preferred choice for anyone constantly on the go, since it adds convenience.
Editor’s Note: This product has been removed from our side-by-side comparison because it is no longer available.
Editor’s Note: This product has been removed from our side-by-side comparison because it has been discontinued.
The Breville Smart Grill is made of sturdy stainless steel in a clamshell design with die-cast handles. While cooking with this indoor electric grill, you can keep the plates open or fold the sides together to form a press.
The Oster DuraCeramic Reversible Grill/Griddle is a multifunctional but messy option if you are looking for an indoor electric grill. The grease spatter from this unit traveled farther than any other in our indoor grill testing – an unfortunate 20 inches.